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Central Plains routs Pretty Prairie
Area Football Roundup
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PRETTY PRAIRIE — The Central Plains High School football team scored touchdowns in nearly every way possible against Pretty Prairie on Friday night.
The Oilers (5-1) won 56-6 in three quarters due to the 45-point rule.
Central Plains quarterback Braedan Crites completed 7 of 12 passes for 187 yards and three touchdowns and rushed for two TDs.
Layne Bieberle had 63 receiving yards and two touchdowns, while also returning an interception and a kick off for TDs.
Carson Kirmer had 100 receiving yards and one touchdown.
Colton Zink rushed for a score.
The Oilers lead the Eight-Man Division-I District 5 standings at 2-0, topping the 6-0, 2-0 Solomon by one point in the points system.



At Pretty Prairie

Central Plains 56, Pretty Prairie 6
Central Plains    28    8    20  —  56
Pretty Prairie     0     6      0   —   6

First Quarter
Central Plains — Braeden Crites 1 run (Crites run), 8:40
Central Plains — Carson Kirmer 31 pass from Crites (pass failed), 4:17
Central Plains — Layne Bieberle 48 pass from Crites (Crites run), 1:36
Central Plains — Bieberle 35 interception return (run failed), 1:21
Second Quarter
Pretty Prairie — Josh Webster 1 run (run failed), 3:24
Central Plains — Bieberle 72 kick return (run failed), 3:13
Third Quarter
Central Plains — Crites 1 run (run failed), 11:13
Central Plains — Bieberle 40 pass from Crites (Bieberle pass from Crites), 8:28
Central Plains — Colton Zink 3 run (no attempt), 3:40

Kinsley 52, Macksville 42
KINSLEY — Kinsley put some distance between itself and Macksville in the second and third quarters on Friday night, leading 46-34 heading into the final eight minutes.
Macksville (1-5) couldn’t rally for an Eight-Man D-I District 6 win, falling to 1-2 in district play.
Mustangs quarterback Tanner Tranbarger completed 12 of 14 passes for 153 yards and one touchdown. He also rushed for 204 yards and four scores.
Jordan Welch added 25 rushing yards and one TD. He also had 126 receiving yards and one score.

At Kinsley

Kinsley 52, Macksville 42
Macksville    12     8     14    8  —  42
Kinsley          8     16    22    6  —  52

First Quarter
Macksville — Jordan Welch 3 run (pass failed)
Kinsley — Tyler Espinosa 35 run (Conner Frame run)
Macksville — Tanner Tranbarger 3 run (run failed)
Second Quarter
Kinsley — C. Frame 5 run (Zachary Crockett pass from C. Frame)
Kinsley — Humberto Soto 3 run (Soto run)
Macksville — Welch fumble recovery in end zone (Welch pass from Tranbarger)
Third Quarter
Kinsley — C. Frame 14 run (run good)
Macksville — Welch 8 pass from Tranbarger (Welch pass from Tranbarger)
Kinsley — C. Frame 4 run (Ross Frame pass from C. Frame)
Kinsley — Espinosa 22 run (R. Frame pass from C. Frame)
Macksville — Tranbarger 53 run (pass failed)
Fourth Quarter
Macksville — Tranbarger 10 run (Welch pass from Tranbarger)
Kinsley — Espinosa 45 run (run failed)

South Central 54,
St. John-Hudson 6
COLDWATER — Schuyler Brown rushed for 143 yards in the game and scored one touchdown in the first quarter, but after that, South Central shut down the Tigers.
The Timberwolves won the game at halftime due to the 45-point rule.
St. John (2-4) only managed 170 yards of total offense, and were held back by seven penalties for 40 yards and one lost fumble.
The Tigers drops to 1-2 in Eight-Man D-I District 6 action.

Stafford 46, Attica 30
ARGONIA — Stafford held a 28-24 lead at halftime, and held on to beat Attica on the road.
Ethan Johnson turned in a 265-yard, two-touchdown rushing performance.
Tristina Paulsen rushed for three scores, along with 132 yards.
Stafford improves to 4-2, 2-1 in Eight-Man D-II District 4.
Attica drops to 3-3, 2-1.

Lakin 46, Ellinwood 6
ELLINWOOD — Ellinwood only managed six points against Lakin, trailing 38-6 at halftime.
Colton Churchill rushed for 56 yards and one touchdown.
Kaleb Schartz led the Eagles defense with 10 tackles.
Ellinwood falls to 0-6.

Victoria 46, Otis-Bison 0
VICTORIA — Victoria won the Central Prairie League and Eight-Man D-II District 7 game at halftime due to the 45-point rule.
The Knights improve to 6-0, 2-0 in district play.
Otis-Bison drops to 0-6, 0-2 in District 7.

                                                      — Kevin Price